At the southwest corner of Kangaroo Island, on the coast and within the bounds of Flinders Chase National Park, a granite dome rises precipitously from the sea. Perched atop that dome is a group of granite boulders that, through long years of exposure to wind and salt spray, have been eroded into the most remarkable shapes—and hence the name, Remarkable Rock.
Australia as a whole has been formed by erosion by wind, sand, and water, but Remarkable Rocks presented the most fascinatingly strange sculpting I’d yet encountered. The huge boulders are—well, let me show you instead of telling you. Here are a few images from this impressive cluster of lichen-stained granite rocks: